Hyundai’s 2020 Sonata hybrid will feature new “innovative battery packaging” allowing the automaker to net efficiency increases for the new model. Green Car Reports writes, “The 2020 Sonata Hybrid… [adopts] an arrangement that essentially builds the accessory battery onto the hybrid system battery. The added module is a continuation of the same form factor and intended to last the life…
2021 Elantra expected to get 50MPH with hybrid powertrain option. Read more: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1127491_2021-hyundai-elantra-hybrid-debuts-50-mpg-or-more-promised-from-new-compact-sedan
Hyundai & Kia offering hybrid and plug-in hybrid SUVs this year.
“The U.S.-spec 2020 Hyundai Sonata Hybrid will offer a class-leading 52 mpg combined in its most efficient guise, the company announced Thursday at the unveiling of its midsizer at the Chicago Auto Show. The Blue model, which will be the most frugal variant of the new hybrid sedan, will have a maximum driving range of 686 miles.” Read more: https://www.autoblog.com/2020/02/06/hyundai-sonata-hybrid-american-spec/
Hyundai & Kia introduce 3 new hybrid models in 2020. Read more: https://www.auto123.com/en/news/tucson-santa-fe-sorento-plugin-hybrids/66614/
Hyundai Sonata Hybrid with solar roof seen in California. Read more: https://www.motor1.com/news/385186/hyundai-sonata-hybrid-spotted-california/
Solar roof recharging panel will be available on New Sonata Hybrid. Read more.
Hyundai will introduce 13 alternatively fueled vehicles by 2022, which will include hybrid, plug-in hybrid or electric powertrain. See more
Hyundai has released its 2018 Sonata hybrid to dealerships with a new lower starting price than previous years. The model is currently priced at $26,385 (before many trim options). The 2018 Sonata Hybrid is, in many ways, an upgrade on previous iterations of the vehicle. The 2018 model offers an upgraded lithium-ion battery pack rated at 1.76kWh that, in combination…
Leading the pack for automakers, Toyota, Honda, Hyundai / Kia and other Japanese and South Korean OEMs sold over two million hybrid and plug-in cars in 2017. Toyota, as is the trend, sold the most hybrid vehicles for the year, contributing to the industry’s fourteen percent growth over 2016. As Ward’s Auto points out, Toyota “dwarfs all other brands including…